With a background in nursing, education and health science, Sue works as a social researcher in the fields of sexuality and gender. She has a particular interest in culture change and the prevention of violence against women and has extensive experience working on prevention in diverse settings, including sport, education and workplaces. She is a principal investigator on an ARC Linkage Grant with the AFL and VicHealth to investigate the Respect and Responsibility Program as a workplace culture change strategy and on an ARC Discovery Project to study how parents and educators can contribute to raising children who can practice ethical relationships.
VicHealth Award for Knowledge and Understanding: Evaluation Study – Fair Game: Respect Matters (2009). Dena's Award for excellence in research (2012)